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Water Conservation Rebates

In Walnut Creek, outdoor water use by single-family homes is the greatest opportunity for water reduction. While the City does not offer a rebate program, both water utilities serving residents (EBMUD and CCWD) have resources and programs available to convert lawns to more drought tolerant plants. Reducing your water use or using water more efficiently can help reduce the energy used to deliver, treat, heat, and process water.

In addition to local water utility rebates, the State Department of Water Resources may have additional rebates that can be combined with your utility rebate.

There are two water utilities within the City of Walnut Creek’s jurisdiction – East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) and Contra Costa Water District (CCWD), which provide domestic water supplies.  Do you know which water utility provides service for your property? Click here to see the EBMUD’s service area and CCWD’s service area.